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Anyone else a bunny luver . . . ?

Discussion in 'Pet Lovers' started by Sonata Dusk, Apr 6, 2015.

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  1. Sonata Dusk

    Sonata Dusk Senior Member

    Mar 27, 2015
    Taylor Mill, KY, USA
    This is my baby, Fleury. Black and white dutch, about two years old.

    Absolutely luv her so much . . . :)


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  2. Rat2chat2

    Rat2chat2 ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 16, 2013
    Fantasy Island
    Awwww, now that is a sweet baby.
  3. cloudykitty

    cloudykitty Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 9, 2015
    Aurora, CO, USA
    That's an Oreo bunny if I ever saw one! ;)

    I like rabbits too. I had a couple of albino dwarf rabbits growing up, and another one from a shelter. We think he was actually wild-born but just tame enough to be caught. His name was Rusty. He somehow escaped from his large outdoor hutch one day and never was caught again but we saw him in our yard several times after the great escape.

    When I was going to Vet Tech school we had New Zealand rabbits to practice husbandry and procedures on (like blood draws and vitals checking). Those rabbits were the hugest I'd seen in my whole life! One in particular became my buddy and I would have adopted her if we didn't have our Umbrella Cockatoo. That bird screaming would have literally scared the bunny to death I bet :( My daughter was insistent on wanting to get a rabbit for quite a while but finally caught the drift to why our house would not be a good home for one.

    So now I just enjoy the bunnies vicariously through web searches and people posting pictures. :)
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